Sports

Thu
15
Apr

Cheering on Ladycats

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Supporters of the BCHS Ladycat Soccer team gathered along Texas 35 and Texas 60 Friday afternoon, April 9, to cheer on the girls (in the black bus) who were headed for a regional final playoff game against Salado in College Station. In addition to the bus, the entourage was escorted by Bay City police and BCISD police. For more about last Friday’s game go to Sports, Page 6.

Thu
15
Apr

Dabelgott touts Ladycat achievements this season

Sentinel photo/Mike Reddell
Ladycat freshman Alyssa Castro (11) concentrates on the ball despite her Salado shadow behind her.

   “The girls soccer program had an amazing year,” Ladycat Soccer Head Coach Darin Dabelgott posted on Facebook last weekend.
   The Ladycats lost to Salado by a 1-0 score last Friday in the UIL Regional finals at College Station High School. 
   The JV went undefeated 14-0, and outscored opponents 71-13, two goals in district. 
   The varsity went 24-1, outscoring opponents 126-14, and only giving up three goals in district.
   Records set this season:

Thu
15
Apr

Ladycats dominate 2021 Girls Soccer District 24-4A superlatives list

All District Awards
   Most Valuable Player Amy Vestal 
   Newcomer of the Year Rubi Ortiz 
   Goalkeeper of the Year Iris Dewitt / CO
   Coach of the Year Darin Dabelgott 
            1ST TEAM

   1. Amy Vestal Sr. Mid MVP
   2. Rubi Ortiz Fr FWD NEWCOMER
   3. Iris Dewitt Fr GK GKOTY (CO)
   4. Haley Eidlebach Sr MID
   5. Rena Breazeale Sr MID
   6. Judah Breazeale So FWD
   7. Alyssa Castro Fr FWD

2ND TEAM

   1. Chloe Rodriguez Fr DEF
   2. Ella Mata-Perez So FWD
   3. Abigail Dobbs So DEF
   4. Isabelle Villalovos Fr MID

HONORABLE MENTION 
   1. Ramira Castellano Sr GK
   3. Isabella Dewitt Sr DEF
   4. Andrea Perez Fr FWD
   5. Nathalie Verduzco Sr FWD
   6. Josie Martin Sr. FWD 

Thu
15
Apr

Leopard golf qualifiers

Courtesy photo
Van Vleck High School boys and girls golf teams placed three players in the regional golf tourament later this month in Brenham. The trio includes, from left: Lindsay Jimenez, regional qualifier, district runner up; Nathan Orsak, 24-3A District champion, regional qualifier; and Karly Brown, regional qualifier, 3rd best score in district. The boys regional tournament will be in Brenham April 19-20, and the girls also will play in Brenham for region 21-22.

Thu
15
Apr

Throwing the disc

Photo: Anna Hernandez
In district track action, Van Vleck’s Alyssa Hudgins hurls the disc. She won third place and advances to area.

Thu
15
Apr

Blackcat varsity track district meet results

Results from the Bay City boys district meet in Sweeney
      Advancing to area for the Bay City Varsity Boys are:
   Brice Turner - 100 M, 200 M, and 4X100 M Relay
   Ray Bibbins - High Jump and 4X100 M Relay
   Jamorrius Abbott - Triple Jump and 4X200 M Relay
   Avery Smith - Pole Vault
   Felix Rodriguez - 3200 M and 1600 M
   Antonio Castro - 4 X 200 M Relay
   Josh Williams - 4 X 100 M Relay and 4 X 200 M Relay
   Marion Ford - 4 X 100 M and 4 X 200 M
Results from the Bay City girls district meet    
   The BCHS Girls Track team competed at district on Wednesday and Thursday, April 7-8. 
   Athletes advancing to the area meet are: 
   Itzell Morales in the 3200
   Victoria Murillo in the 1600 and 3200
   Iris Dewitt in Discus
   Haley Eidlebach in Pole Vault
   Jacque’Lene Jones in High Jump
   Kristiana Johnson in Long Jump

Thu
15
Apr

Tiger Baseball By Eddie Russell Head Coach Tidehaven Baseball

   This past Tuesday, April 6, the Tigers traveled to Hallettsville and were defeated 10-0 in 5 innings. 
   Getting one hit each were Marco Garcia and Chance Robinson. Taking the loss on the mound was Kyus Saha. 
   On Friday, we traveled to Palacios and won 10-2.  
   Jordan Duran threw 5 shutout innings and Hunter Little closed out the last 2 innings giving up 2 runs.  
   After going hitless the first 4 innings, 9 Tigers got one hit each in the last 3.

Thu
08
Apr

State-ranked BCHS Girls Soccer take on Lake Belton

Bay City High School Girls Soccer improved their record to 24-0, 14-0, after defeating Little Cypress-Mauriceville (Orange) by a score of 3-2 in the regional quarter final match April 1, in Santa Fe.
Next up was Lake Belton (27-4. 11-1). a regional semi-final game played at Navasota High School Rattler Stadium, Tuesday night, April 6. (Too late for this edition’s press time.)
Lake Belton High School is in Temple.
Contributed photo

Thu
08
Apr

Tiger Baseball By Eddie Russell Head Coach Tidehaven Baseball

   Tuesday, March 30, we traveled to Edna and lost by a score of 7-5. 
   Getting the start on the mound was Kyus Saha going 4 innings, giving up 4 earned runs on 7 hits, 2 BB’s, 1 HBP and 8 strikeouts. 
   Logan Crow came in relief in the 5th inning and took the loss going two-thirds of an inning giving up 3 earned runs on 1 hit, 2 HBP and 2 strikeouts. 
   Marco Garcia pitched the last 1 1/3 innings giving up no runs on 1 hit, 2 HBP and 2 strikeouts. 
   At the plate leading the team in hits was Kyus Saha with 3 hits, getting 2 hits each were: Logan Crow and Jordan Duran. Getting 1 hit each were Jackson Sones and Connor Claxton. 
   On Thursday we hosted Yoakum and lost by the score of 5-3. 
   Pitching a complete game was Jordan Duran, giving up 5 runs, only 2 earned, 6 hits, 5 strikeouts and only 1 walk. 
   Getting 1 hit each were: Marco Garcia, Logan Crow, Jordan Duran and Connor Claxton. 
   Tough losses this week. 

Thu
08
Apr

BCJH swimmers compete in Tomball meet

   Saturday, April 3, several of our BCJH swimmers traveled to Tomball for a tri-meet vs. Tomball JH & Willow Wood JH.  
   No team scores were kept.
   All distances in yards.
   Girls 50 Breaststroke – 1st, V Sliva – :43.56
   Boys 50 Breaststroke – 3rd, Chris Castillo – :45.32
   Boys 100 Individual medley – 4th, Sergio Rodriguez – 1:38.00
   Girls 50 Freestyle – 4th, Rachel Castillo – :32.24
   Boys 50 Freestyle – 3rd, Chris Castillo – :35.10
   Girls 50 Butterfly – 5th, Rachel Castillo – :38.84
   Boys 50 butterfly – 4th, Sergio Rodriguez – :43.52
   Girls 200 Freestyle – 4th, Victoria Sliva – 2:45.15
   Notes: Victoria S was our lone event winner.  Sergio R set a new school record in the 100 I.M.   

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